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U of A Receives $700,000 NSF Grant to Purchase MicroCT Scanner
The U of A has been awarded nearly $700,000 from the National Science Foundation to purchase a high-resolution, X-ray micro-computed tomography scanner.
Field School at Leetown Yields New Finds, Unconventional Methods
The month-long Archeological Field School focuses on uncovering Leetown, a Civil War-era hamlet that served a critical role during the two-day Battle of Pea Ridge in 1862.
Archeological Field School Focuses on Leetown, Former Hamlet at Pea Ridge
Program offers students t6he chance to practice the skills and methods of real archeological field work.
Fulbright College Celebrates 2017 Scholars Who Graduated With a 4.0 GPA
The J. William Fulbright Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences celebrates the 2017 scholars who graduated with a 4.0 GPA at the annual spring Scholars Breakfast.
New Short Talks From the Hill: Peter Ungar Reads From 'Evolution's Bite'
In this new episode of Short Talks From the Hill, a podcast from the University of Arkansas, Peter Ungar reads excerpts from Evolution's Bite, his new book about the fossil teeth of hominids, or human ancestors.
New Analysis Finds the Ancient World Populated by Diverse Hominin Species
Anthropologist Luke Delezene is part of a team that found Homo naledi to be different than anything known and more recent than expected.
Ungar's New Book, 'Evolution's Bite,' to Be Released in May by Princeton Press
Renowned anthropologist Peter Ungar’s latest book follows dietary clues from fossil teeth to trace the impact of diet on human evolution.
Petra and Paradise: U of A Professor Leads Research for Smithsonian Channel
Thomas Paradise, a professor of geosciences whose research in Petra, Jordan, has spanned more than 25 years, will be the focus of a May 1 upcoming special on the Smithsonian Channel.
Harvard Nuclear Weapons and Torture Scholar to Speak Tonight
Elaine Scarry, a leading scholar on violence and justice, will give a lecture titled "Beyond Torture and Nuclear Weapons: Reclaiming Our Social Contract" at 5:30 p.m. tonight in Gearhart Hall 26.
'Minoan Women, Matriarchy, and Revolt' Public Lecture April 19
John G. Younger, an author and professor at the University of Kansas, will talk about the Minoan culture and revolution against a female-dominated society at 7 p.m. April 19 in GRAD 166.